Milk soap recipes are a great way of pursuing natural skin care. Milk contains lactic acid that acts as a gentle exfoliant for your skin. Exfoliation is an important process in healthy skin care.
For gentle exfoliation, milk containing skin products are ideal.
Milk is also great for your skin because it contains vitamin A and vitamin D. These two vitamins as well as the many other nutrients found in milk are great for obtaining soft and healthy looking skin.
One-foot length of PVC pipe with one end cap or other tube (to act as the mold).
Make sure you spray your mold with a vegetable spray. Pour all of the soap mixture into the mold. After a couple of hours, push it out of the mold and slice the soap into round soaps!
Castile soap (or pure white unscented, such as Ivory)
Shred the castile soap and set aside. Heat the water in a heavy saucepan over low heat. Stir in the shredded soap until it forms a sticky mass. Remove the pan from the heat and add the powdered milk, sweet almond oil, peach fragrance oil and food coloring. Stir until well blended. Spoon the soap into a mold and let set for 4 hours or until hardened. Makes one 4-ounce bar.
In a small saucepan over low heat, melt the bar of glycerin soap until liquefied. Remove from heat and stir in ground espresso, powdered milk, and coffee fragance oil. Pour soap into a mold and let set for three hours or until hardened.
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